This breath-taking castle will give you and your family and friends the holiday of a lifetime, set within its own stunning, private grounds, enjoying tantalising sea views on the Isle of Portland.
It is the perfect getaway for luxurious breaks to the coast to celebrate a special occasion with your family and friends.
Approach this castle through the private driveway and enter through the double doors into an impressive, yet cosy hallway.
You will find beautiful crystal chandeliers that give you the complete feeling of castle luxury from the moment you arrive.
Just off the hallway, you will find a study, which is perfect for a chilled evening with drinks and competitive card games.
As you exit the hallway into the main castle, you will find stairs rising to the upper floor and the round library, which boasts incredible, double-height arched windows, giving you your first glimpses of the captivating sea views.
This is the perfect place for curling up with a good book and a glass of wine or gathering with your loved ones of an evening, to share your memories of the day.
Use the conservatory for enjoying the outdoors all-year-round, where double doors open onto a large patio that runs the length of the castle and offers more of those extensive, sea-facing vistas.
You can enjoy a pleasant start to the day with a hearty breakfast out on the terrace and drink in the glorious views with a cup of coffee in hand.
The drawing room is rather impressive, showcasing an octagonal table, which played a historic part in the final preparations for the D-Day invasion, when King George VI, Prime Minster Winston Churchill, Free French leader General Charles De Gaulle, and General Dwight Eisenhower gathered to finalise their plan.
You would think of all this was enough for such a spectacular holiday home, but no, exit the drawing room and you will find the second conservatory, which houses an indoor heated swimming pool.
Spend your relaxation time on a lounger or enjoy a refreshing swim, the pool is available during the months of September through to June.
Tuck into a delicious feast around the table in the grand dining room and later grab a drink in the bar area, which is fully equipped with fridges, glass washer, ice machine and bar storage.
It is the perfect place to enjoy a celebratory meal, in fact why not hire in someone to do the catering for you?
Although you might rather enjoy using the large, well-appointed kitchen for yourselves.
Take the stairs by the front door hallway and arrive at the start of the bedrooms, all boasting en-suite facilities.
They have their own, individual personality, décor and signature scent, hosting remarkable views of either the established gardens or out towards the sea.
Orpheus is the name of one of the bedrooms, situated in the enchanting turret, with four feature windows, inspiring, coastal views and a huge emperor-size bed.
It also has its own free-standing, roll top bath tub, so you can enjoy an indulgent soak after an adventurous day exploring the wider region.
The two bedrooms on the mezzanine-style floor sit in the area traditionally used by the servants each with it’s own bathroom.
If you can tear yourselves away from the beautiful grounds, home to a cascading waterfall, manicured lawns and many seating areas, explore some of the incredible Dorset landmarks within easy reach, with Portland Bill Lighthouse, Church Ope Cove and the Portland Museum all worth a visit.
There are shops, cafés, bars and restaurants less than a mile away and the delicious Hayloft café is almost next door.
Pennsylvannia Castle is the most memorable of properties to share with friends and family, occupying a spectacular region of Dorset.